High Mowing Organic Seeds 2022 Catalog

High Mowing Organic Seeds 2022 Catalog
The 2022 High Mowing Organic Seeds catalog is now available. It features over fifty new vegetables, herbs, and flowers.

Divino hybrid Brussels sprouts are ready in 110 days from transplant. These are suitable for whole stalk harvest. The sturdy stems resist lodging. The reliable plant is high yielding.

Klimaro hybrid cabbage stores well and is also good for overwintering. The very uniform cold tolerant plants bear 5 to 8 pound red cabbage heads, ready in 105 days. These last well on the plant.

Bermeo hybrid cauliflower bears dense firm reliable uniform heads that are early—ready in 68 days. They’re 6 to 7 inches wide. The plant withstands heat. The heads last well on the plant.

Tap Dancer popcorn is an open pollinated variety with 6 ½ inch long ears. The kernels are a lovely mix of white, purple, and yellow. The vigorous plants are over 9 feet tall. Easy to pop, this makes wonderful fluffy popcorn. The well filled ears are ready in 115 days.

Excelsior open pollinated cucumber is perfect for pickling. This can be grown in greenhouses as well as fields. The very high yielding plants are vigorous, reliable, and disease resistant. The cucumbers are ready in 50 days. They’re excellent for pickles and eating fresh. These are crisp and great tasting.

Lanceolot leeks are bolt resistant and can be grown in most all seasons. In warm climates, this overwinters. The leeks are ready to harvest in 90 days. The open pollinated, disease resistant plants are uniform.

Blizzard snow peas are an open pollinated variety that can be grown on a trellis. Ready in 58 days from planting, the pods are easy to harvest. The 3 inch long slender pods are borne in pairs. The plant is very high yielding and is 2 ½ to 3 feet tall.

Ladoga hybrid zucchini is a single stem, upright open plant that is semi-spineless. Very high yielding, this bears in 50 days. These are best when harvested when they’re 6 to 8 inches long. The vigorous plants are disease resistant. The fruits are uniform.

Butterscotch hybrid butternut squash is a winter squash, ready in 100 days. Bred by Johnny’s Seeds, this was an All America Selections winner. The semi-bush plants are compact and can be grown in containers. The very sweet fruits are 1 to 2 ½ pounds. They’re mid-sized and have a wonderful flavor and texture. This is ready to harvest in 100 days.

The catalog has a number of new potato varieties. These include Gold Rush and Satina. Red Amber seedless watermelon is also new. Ready in 88 days, these melons weigh 16 to 20 pounds. The plants are very productive and strong.

The catalog also features various new herbs as well. Dill Delight is an open pollinated, easy to grow variety that is slow to bolt. The leaves are ready for harvest in 50 days. These are very tender with a great flavor and tend to keep for a long time on the plant, which helps to extend the harvest season. The flowers have a mild taste.

Grune Perle parsley is widely grown in Europe. Ready in 75 days, the curled, very dense leaves are held on strong stems. Both the foliage and the stems are quite tasty. This is an open pollinated variety.

High Mowing also has many new kinds of flowers. These include two kinds of celosias, Red Flame and Supercrest Mix. The latter has very distinctive, fan-like flower heads in a wonderful array of colors. Supercrest mix celosias bloom throughout the summer with the flower appearing 110 days or so from transplant. These make a great cut or dried flower. The plants are 3 to 4 feet tall.

Sunball craspedia is also new and ready to harvest about the same time—110 days. These yellow, ball like blooms also make a great cut or dried flower. The plants are 2 to 2 ½ feet tall. These cut stems have a very long vase life.

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